Sanwo-Olu, FirstBank CEO Adeduntan condole Bisi Onasanya over mum’s death

Former FirstBank MD Bisi Onasanya

Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu and the chief executive officer and managing director of First Bank of Nigeria Ltd Adesola Adeduntan have commiserated with founder of The Address Homes Bisi Onasanya over the death of his mother Selimot Onasanya (nee Folorunsho).

Mrs Onasanya died on November 16.

In a condolence letter to the former MD/CEO of FirstBank, Mr Sanwo-Olu acknowledged the impact of the loss on him and the entire Onasanya family. He praised the deceased for the legacy she was leaving behind, noting her contributions to family values, kindness, discipline, and godliness.

He said: “Mama was indeed a matriarch whose life was a testament to the enduring values of hard work, honesty, and love for family. At 88, she had lived a fulfilling life, leaving an indelible mark on her family and the people whose lives she touched. Her nurturing resilience and dedication to family and community are traits that we will always cherish when we remember her.”

On his part, Adeduntan praised the deceased for her remarkable life, underscoring her lasting legacy of kindness, discipline, and uprightness.

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His letter read, “On behalf of the Board and staff of First Bank, I extend my deepest condolences to you and your family on the passing of your beloved mother. The passing of such a wonderful woman must be a huge loss, not only to you, but to the entire Onasanya family. However, I urge you to find solace in the fact that mama lived a long, noteworthy, and fulfilled life. Her outstanding qualities and lasting legacy of kindness, discipline, exemplary family values, godliness, and uprightness will be fondly remembered by many.”

The final burial proceedings will commence on Thursday with a funeral service at the Abundant Life Baptist Church, Ijede, Ikorodu, Lagos State, beginning at 9 am.

Following the church service, a private internment ceremony will be held at the Ikoyi Cemetery (private wing) exclusively for family members.